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Treatments for better mobility, coordination and performance


Physiotherapy includes specific manual therapies and external application of remedies to restore, improve or maintain the movement and functioning of the human body. It provides a variety of manual therapeutic forms of treatment.

As a rule, active therapies including personal training are also used during physiotherapeutic treatments, since the autonomous activation of disturbed movement patterns significantly contributes to a sustainable healing success.

Performance & Coordination

Promotion of self-activity improves the understanding of the functioning of one's own body. Activation also improves a significant aspect of our performance, coordination.

A harmonious interaction of related muscle groups enables effective, careful and thus gentle movements with less strain on the joints. In addition, body memory is stimulated at the neurological level and the memory of functional movements refreshed.

Sarah Sewell, our physiotherapist

Sarah Sewell, our physiotherapist

Since qualifying in 1984 Sarah has had a very varied career, working in all areas of physiotherapy for the NHS and private sector. Sarah has extensive experience gained with in patients, outpatients, and community physiotherapy.

Sarah’s extensive career gives her a depth and breadth of experience in areas such as rehabilitation following injury or surgery, postural advice, gait analysis, neurological and respiratory conditions, as well as orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions.

Direct Dial Telephone Number : 01298 808 951 Email: [email protected]

Initial discussion/assessment:

Before you receive any treatment or advice, Sarah will discuss the nature of your problem and with your consent carry out a thorough examination. This will take between 45-60 minutes. Sarah can then decide whether physiotherapy is appropriate and devise an individualised treatment plan.

Physiotherapists offer evidence based treatment encompassing a wide range of techniques including massage, mobilisations and exercise based rehabilitation. Your physiotherapist will work closely with you to develop an appropriate and progressive treatment package in order to maximise your recovery. Follow-up treatment sessions will be 30-45 minutes.

Conditions treated include:

  • Acute/Chronic Lower Back Pain
  • Headaches
  • Joint conditions including, osteoarthritis
  • Management of long-term conditions, eg rheumatoid arthritis
  • Muscular conditions
  • Neck and mid-back pain, including both acute and chronic conditions
  • Post-surgery
  • Sciatica
  • Sports Injuries
  • Work Related Disorders


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